Tri County Anesthesia LLC

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Dr. Balaoing should NOT be doing epidurals. If this practice is smart and wants to avoid future medical malpractice suits, they'll dismiss him. He missed and stuck me 4 times before finding the correct place. The drug went too high numbing my arms all the way to my chest. The nurses assigned to me were concerned that I may have suppressed respirations meaning I'd have to go on a ventilator. Additionally, Dr. Balaoing's explanation for what can be described as none other than poor technique, was that I had scoliosis. My pediatric records indicate otherwise. The epidural did not work. Meanwhile, my arms, chest and legs are still numb as I try to deliver my child. My blood pressure plummets and 2 additional bags of fluid have to be administered to stabilize it. All this and I delivered a 9lb 1.3 oz baby NATURALLY. At 5'2", it was a horrible experience. I felt absolutely everything until he had been delivered. I felt my OB stitching the episiotomy, every single stitch of the needle.

Then 18 months POST delivery he slips in a bill narrowly making the timling filing limit set forth by United Health care. My child is 18 months old and he just now sends the bill?? Now, I'm under the care of an orthapedic for chronic back pain and sciatica that I never had 34 years previously. Just to regain mobility, I had to undergo physical therapy and take a whole host of medication, from Vicadin to Neurontin. Now you bill me, that's audacity....perhaps I will litigate. I had a text book delivery and epidural just 6 years prior. There were no complications whatsoever so I know how it's SUPPOSED to happen. Do not allow this Doc to attempt an epidural, you'll seriously regret it.

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Dr. Balaoing should NOT be doing epidurals. If this practice is smart and wants to avoid future medical malpractice suits, they'll dismiss him. He missed and stuck me 4 times before finding the correct place. The drug went too high numbing my arms all the way to my chest. The nurses assigned to me were concerned that I may have suppressed respirations meaning I'd have to go on a ventilator. Additionally, Dr. Balaoing's explanation for what can be described as none other than poor technique, was that I had scoliosis. My pediatric records indicate otherwise. The epidural did not work. Meanwhile, my arms, chest and legs are still numb as I try to deliver my child. My blood pressure plummets and 2 additional bags of fluid have to be administered to stabilize it. All this and I delivered a 9lb 1.3 oz baby NATURALLY. At 5'2", it was a horrible experience. I felt absolutely everything until he had been delivered. I felt my OB stitching the episiotomy, every single stitch of the needle.

Then 18 months POST delivery he slips in a bill narrowly making the timling filing limit set forth by United Health care. My child is 18 months old and he just now sends the bill?? Now, I'm under the care of an orthapedic for chronic back pain and sciatica that I never had 34 years previously. Just to regain mobility, I had to undergo physical therapy and take a whole host of medication, from Vicadin to Neurontin. Now you bill me, that's audacity....perhaps I will litigate. I had a text book delivery and epidural just 6 years prior. There were no complications whatsoever so I know how it's SUPPOSED to happen. Do not allow this Doc to attempt an epidural, you'll seriously regret it.

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